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3 of America's biggest pharmacy chains have been found liable for the opioid crisis
A federal jury on Tuesday found three of the nation's biggest pharmacy chains, CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, liable for helping to fuel the U.S. opioid crisis — a decision that's expected to have legal repercussions as thousands of similar lawsuits move forward in courts across the country. Read more here.
Judge rejects Florida sports betting deal
Calling it a “fiction,” a Washington, D.C.-based judge late Monday ruled that a deal giving the Seminole Tribe control of online sports betting in Florida violates a federal law that regulates gaming on tribal lands. Read more here.
Gulf Breeze native Ashley Brown returns home for PSO concert
Broadway star Ashley Brown is returning home this Thanksgiving weekend for a holiday performance with the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra. “Home for the Holidays featuring Ashley Brown” is Sunday at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre. She talked to Sandra Averhart about her career and coming home. Listen here.
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The Great Thanksgiving Listen
While you're preparing your holiday feast or relaxing with loved ones during the Thanksgiving break, enjoy this playlist of special StoryCorps episodes. You can create your own oral history by recording loved ones this holiday season, too.